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by on December 3rd, 2011

Michie Feast Day — Hawaiian Style

Aloha, Komo Mai, E komo mai, Mahalo!

Hello (friends and family), Come in, Welcome, Thank you (for coming and participating in our feast).

Menu: Sushi Musubi (Spam Sushi) Corn Crab Bisque Poke Hawaiian Coconut Crusted Shrimp with Orange Horseradish Lime Sauce Bitter Greens with Yuzu Dressing Pork Belly on Steam buns with Hoisin, scallions and cucumber Porcini Dusted Sea Scallops with Tomato relish and pea sprouts/micro greens Kona Pale Ale Basted Suckling Pig served with Hawaiian Coconut Rice Salad (recipe below) and Papaya Chipotle Salsa Drunkened Pineapple Upside Down Cake Macadamia Coconut Ice Cream MaiTai Cocktail Hawaiian Beer Wine […]

by on August 9th, 2011

Favorite Food Memories

Memories, what would we do without them?

Some of my favorite moments are served around a table. What on earth is more enjoyable than sitting around a table with friends or family sharing a fabulous meal. Nothing, in my opinion. It doesn’t even have to be a fabulous gourmet meal but could be something as simple as a bowl of ice cream and some homemade cookies. Hey, they don’t even have to be homemade.

This picture was from a little cafe in Tuscany where we went several mornings for breakfast. No one spoke English, and this one kind little […]

by on March 27th, 2011


Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

Now don’t take me wrong, I’m not saying I’m an old dog or anything like that. I think I may still have a few new tricks in me.

Lately, it seems like I tend to get obsessed with things. For instance, cooking for the blog, trying to make my camera take better food pictures, and taking computer classes at the Apple store. Now I’ve started a miniature fairy garden and ordered my first house for it and now I’m trying to figure out how to make a miniature pond and table […]

by on January 17th, 2011

De-railed Thomas the Train Cake

How sagging frosting became the hit of the party.

Most people would have been in tears when they opened their refrigerator and saw all the frosting drooping off the sides of their cake. BUT, not me.

My son Paul was making a Thomas the Train birthday cake for my grandson’s 2nd birthday. It was a beautiful 3 layer perfectly level chiffon cake and I have to say it was totally my fault the French buttercream did not turn out. I miscalculated the butter; 24 oz. is NOT 3 sticks of butter, but 6.

So, here’s what happened. When we […]

by on November 17th, 2010

Gastronomic Tour de New Orleans

Have you ever been just SICK of eating?

Have you ever been just sick of eating and you could not possibly take another bite of food and then you wake up the next day, still in New Orleans, and you know that you just can’t pass up that next wonderful meal in a city that your have been told has the most wonderful food in the world?

Recently, I went on a mother/daughter trip to New Orleans with my daughter, my twin sister and her son. We had a fantastic time together as we always do and all this food […]

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